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World War I Webquest "Battles and Fronts" (World History)

World War I Webquest "Battles and Fronts" (World History). Students will use the internet to search for information about the important battles and fronts of World War One. They will also analyze a primary source related to the Battle of Somme. Common Core aligned! The website is pbs.org/greatwar. Interactive maps are included. This 2-page analysis worksheet will take your students about 1 hour to complete.

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World War I - MAIN Causes Primary Source & Jigsaw Activity

World War I - MAIN Causes Primary Source & Jigsaw Activity. This interactive activity is engaging and common-core aligned! Students will learn about the MAIN causes of World War I (Militarism, Alliances, Imperialism & Nationalism) by completing a Jigsaw activity.

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World War I (World War 1) Key People Scavenger Hunt

Students learn about some of the key players during World War I (World War 1) by going on a scavenger hunt. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/World-War-I-World-War-1-Key-People-Scavenger-Hunt-1888514

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World War 1 Activity Foldable

These cootie catchers/ fortune tellers are a great way for students to have fun while learning about the different historical figures, events, and terms associated with World War I. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included.